Sunday, August 31, 2008


When you have leftist scum like Michael Moore go on another leftist scum like Keith Olberman's show and says that he believes "there's a God in heaven for sending Gustav on the week of the GOP convention", you have ask yourself, where are the liberal's fucking heads at? How low does the left have to stoop? To actually be thanking God, a God that leftists like SICKO doesn't even believe exists, for a natural disaster in order to disrupt an opposing political party is quite sick.

That is one way Gustav might help the GOP. To show independent swing voters, who are genuinely proud of their country, who don't buy into conspiracy theories, just how radical, hateful and bi partisan the left really is.

Another way Gustav may help the GOP? Republican Governor Bobby Jindal. The governor has proven himself as a man who is a true leader who has taken the bull by the balls, organized and made evacuations MANDATORY! It also shows you that a little common sense goes a long way. If a category 4 storm is heading for your state, GET OUT! It certainly pays off that when Katrina hit, there was an incompetent Democratic Mayor and Governor who were not proactive as Katrina headed for Louisiana. So the people of America may be able to see the difference.

Katrina=Democrat/Disaster/Death. Gustav= Republican/Resolve/Refuge.

Another way is, the storm may, I stress may, be downgraded by the time it is supposed to hit. I hope it does. As a conservative/ Republican, I don't want to see people die for the sake of partisan politics. However, some in the liberal media are frothing at the mouth because this may be damaging to John McCain, as if somehow John McCain has control over the weather.

Lastly, Bobby Jindal reminds us of the executive responsibilities that Governors carry as being stewards of a state. Gov. Sarah Palin has this experience and brings it to the John McCain table. Biden does not.

The choice of Sarah Palin reminds us that John McCain isn't George W. Bush. If he was, his choice for VP would've been Colin Powell, Condie Rice or Tom Ridge. With Obama picking Biden, a man who is considered by many in Washington as just another typical Beltway boy, he's proven that he's more close to the Washington establishment than we may think.

I don't know about you but, I don't want two lawyers running this country.
McCain/Palin 2008

Wednesday, August 27, 2008



So I watched Hillary Clinton, give her speech last night. To her credit, she was the only speaker to breathe some life into this God awful convention. It's not just me, a conservative, who thinks so. The American people, liberal or conservative, do as well. Ratings for this week's coverage on ALL the networks have been abysmal.

I'm a movie buff and watching Slick Hilly last night, I couldn't help think of the 1950 film with Bettie Davis called "All About Eve". It's been a couple of years since I last saw it, so I went to Wikipedia to refresh my memory. I realized that, if you took the characters of Margo Channing (Bette Davis) and Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter), replaced them with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, you see that life is really imitating art in this campaign.
So I did. Here's the switch:
Hillary Clinton is one of the biggest politicians in America. But despite her unmatched success, she is beginning to show her age. After a speech one night on the campaign trail, she encounters a young man named Barack Obama. He claims to be her biggest admirers from Chicago, but gradually, Obama shows that he is a scheming and duplicitous man who plans to take from Hillary everything she holds dear: her colleagues, voters and her political career and fame. Obama becomes a political star and is presented with the party's nomination.
I've obviously tailored other aspects of the plot description and if you want to see the real plot line just plug it into Wikipedia or just watch the movie. I suggest doing the latter if you have the time because they don't make movies like that anymore.
Last night, while party unity flowed from one side of Hilly's mouth, this was coming out of Billy's:
"Suppose you're a voter, and you've got candidate X and candidate Y. Candidate X agrees with you on everything, but you don't think that candidate can deliver on anything at all. Candidate Y you agree with on about half the issues, but he can deliver. Which candidate are you going to vote for?" He's also said he will not attend Obama's speech on Thursday.

Sounds like some jilted mofos. I'd like to channel the great Bette Davis when she said, "Fasten your seat belts. It's going to be a bumpy night." Or, for Obama and the DNC, a bumpy couple of months. It is clear, not from her miele-mouthed speech about health care and women's rights, but from the supporters in the audience who demonstrated to Obama and Howard Dean that, once again, they've made a grave mistake. Because, as a God fearing conservative and registered Republican, the one thing I feared more than God was Obama picking Hillary Clinton as his running mate.

All this talk about party unity from Hillary or the Lib-Dims is bullshit. It's clear that WE, the Republicans and conservatives, are the only ones who understand unity. Most of us didn't want John McCain as our nominee and fought against him, but now it is he and it is WE who understand the common goal that we are fighting for here. WE, the conservative republicans, understand the danger of an Obama presidency and refuse a man with no experience and with ties to terrorists and WE WILL GLADLY take a man with a robust resume who served his country.

No matter who John McCain picks as his VP this week, at least his will not be chosen for him by Russia. That's right. It is clear to me that Obama choose Biden because of the problems in Georgia (as I write this, Russians are threatening to roll into Poland) and Obama's obvious lack of foreign policy experience. However, his camp is wrong again. While Sloppy Joe has been a so called "expert" on foreign affairs by the MSN, in reality, he's often been wrong on most of his foreign policy decisions.

And so what if McCain picks Mitt Romney? Who cares? So what if they had a tumultuous campaign against each other? At least Romney, or any other Republican candidates for that matter, never, EVER said that John McCain wasn't ready to lead and unfit for command. Biden has of Obama. Hillary stated it as well.

If John McCain was watching Hillary last night, as I'm sure he was, he will have a tough decision to either stick with the person who he's had his mind on all this time or, pick a female wild card to tap into the menopause vote.
If he does, it's clear to me that it will be "cha ching" for Yoda in November.

We'll have to wait and see.

Saturday, August 23, 2008


Joe Biden? Hmmm…
"You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin' Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I'm not joking," he said with a C-SPAN camera just inches from his unbridled mouth.
On Obama:
"I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy," he enthused. "I mean, that's a storybook, man."
"I don't believe he's ready. The job for the Presidency should have a candidate who is going to have "on the job" training"
Joe Biden urged John Kerry to pick John McCain as his VP when he was running for President in 2004.
I can't wait for the McCain attack ads on these very memorable quotes from none other than Sen. Joe Biden.
This goes to show you just how much trouble Obama and his campaign believe they're in right now. LOL. And the media continues to question a McCain/Romney ticket because those two didn't get along?
Don't pee down my leg and tell me it's raining.
The agent of change was forced to pick a white man, who's been more of a Washington insider than McCain ever was, and that's no joke. Biden has been in Washington far longer than McCain ever has.
People, someone once said "Beauty fades, dumb is forever." Whoever said it, was brilliant. I think Obama understands that his campaign has been run on absolutely nothing. Running around the country and yelling "change" and "hope" means nothing. Subconsciously, Obama and his campaign, by picking Biden, knows that change means nothing and that he has no real substance and needs a competent, experienced white man to bail him out.
You'd expect after all of Obama's "rock star" status he'd have a great lead in the polls. He doesn't. It's not because he's black. It's because he's an elitist. Elitism is the problem that progressive liberals have had on the presidential level. In fact, it's often a burden. Haughty taughty liberalism is a disaster.
This is just my prediction. I believe that John McCain and his Vice Presidential running mate will deliver an upset to Democrats of grandiose proportions. And he's going to do it with the help of Hillary Clinton supporters. Hillary knows that McCain might not have a great 4 years.
And in 2012, she'll return. Mark my words, her campaign slogan will be "I told you so".
Like I've stated on one of my shows, I'm at peace with the whole thing. It can go two ways. McCain can win and stop a full fledged Marxist take over in this country or Obama can win and ignite a conservative revolution like the country has ever seen.
Via con dios.